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26 Jul 2023
So, meeting some fun history and SFF concepts, those are our goals, plus some mitfreude, and the vorfreude of knowing that, forever after reading this, you’ll get more richness out of every time somebody mentions anime or manga. And hopefully this essay will also mean that the next time you know young people who are getting into anime, and their parents say, “I don’t understand this thing! Is it good for my kid? Is it dangerous for my kid?”, you’ll be able to give a useful answer.
24 Jul 2023
Ghosts, monsters, murder, death, haunted houses, various kinds of supernatural mayhem, body horror, the frights of the unexplained … Horror comes in a multitude of flavors.
24 Jul 2023
We are gathered here today to listen to the second instalment of a cheeky little BBC audio drama called The Slide. From what I remember, the first episode featured some voice actors I like but I can’t remember who they are now. I also remember sentient and possibly malicious mud?
3 Jul 2023
All is twilight, albeit a twilight punctuated by the aforementioned laser battles.
22 May 2023
If bad wine stays bad, isn’t that a good thing?
24 Apr 2023
Sometimes, writing fiction is the only way to get your experiences across to other people—and these experiences are caused by your own mind.
27 Mar 2023
If the future is here, but unevenly distributed, then so is the past.
27 Mar 2023
My previous Short Fiction Treasures column was all about science fiction, so it’s only fair that the theme this time around is fantasy.
27 Mar 2023
He claims that Redlow used to be a swamp and he has now brought them into the future before the future. Yes he said that.
30 Jan 2023
Some of our reviewers offer recollections of Maureen Kincaid Speller.
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2 Oct 2023

Wednesday: Infinite Constellations: An Anthology of Identity, Culture, and Speculative Conjunctions edited by by Khadijah Queen and K. Ibura 
Friday: The Moonlight Blade by Tessa Barbosa